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3 Signs That Your Windows and Doors Could be Increasing Your Energy Bills

3 Signs That Your Windows and Doors Could be Increasing Your Energy Bills

Prices are increasing all around us at the moment and it is hitting everyone hard. With prices going up everyone is looking at ways to cut costs in order to save some money for the future. One thing that has certainly increased is energy bills with many people concerned at just how much their energy consumption is costing them. With that in mind we are going to look at a few things that might be causing you to use so much energy and ways in which you can reduce this in the future. Windows and ...

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New Trickle Vents Government FAQ

New Trickle Vents Government FAQ

The new building regulations are now in place in England and became active on June the 15th. A lot of focus has been on trickle vents and the compliance issues around them and in line with these questions posed the government has released a Frequently Asked Questions segment in order to answer some of the recurring themes that people want to know about. Please see the FAQs below: "Can background ventilators be installed through a wall to meet the Part F requirements, instead of installing tri...

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Which Material is the Most Eco-Friendly?

Which Material is the Most Eco-Friendly?

Being friendly to the environment is a vital issue in today’s world. Ensuring we reduce our carbon footprint and stop wasting energy is of the upmost importance as we plan to preserve the world for future generations. With this in mind we are going to take a look at what window and door materials are the most eco-friendly for your home. Eco-friendly by definition means not being harmful to the environment and although most materials are designed to be eco-friendly there is one that does stan...

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Are Internal Aluminium Doors The Next Big Thing?

Are Internal Aluminium Doors The Next Big Thing?

Aluminium doors have always been popular when it comes to front or back doors for properties. However recently a new trend has been occurring, people are starting to get internal ali doors fitted in their property which is something quite new. This trend is coming to fruition by social media influence and the wow factor that an aluminium door with glass panels can bring to your home. They are beautiful to look at and create a very designer home kind of feel which is very desirable in the moder...

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Rehau Leaving Russia

Rehau Leaving Russia

Rehau a fenestration systems company has announced that it is selling it premises in Russia and is ceasing trading there altogether because of the war. The war has shocked the world and has affected thousands of people’s lives as well as sectors all around the globe. Rehau was one of the first fenestration companies to cease trading in Russia when the war began and have now decided to sell up altogether. Below is the statement they released on their official website – “The REHAU Group wi...

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Breakthrough in the First Zero-Carbon Production of Flat Glass in The World

Breakthrough in the First Zero-Carbon Production of Flat Glass in The World

Climate change is at the forefront of the world right now and achieving a net zero carbon footprint is being worked on by countries and businesses all around the world. We need to start producing products in a more environmentally friendly way to ensure that the world stabilises for future generations. With this topic in mind there has been an amazing breakthrough by Saint-Gobain who have achieved the First Zero-Carbon Production of Flat Glass in The World which is extremely exciting for the f...

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Composite Doors Are In Right Now

Composite Doors Are In Right Now

Composite Doors have been a popular choice for homeowners for quite some time now however, some were put off by the higher price tag when compared to PVCU or timber doors and therefore they were always playing catch up. Nowadays the price difference isn’t that much and that coupled with the major benefits they bring has seen composite doors pretty much take over the entrance door market and change the game. What is a Composite Door? Composite doors are made up of a variety of materials rathe...

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3 Ways to Improve Your Home for the Summer

3 Ways to Improve Your Home for the Summer

The summer months are fast approaching and with this year set to be one of hottest yet everyone is starting to get excited. There will be plenty of plans for BBQs, garden parties, beer gardens, get togethers etc. in what is always a special time of the year. During this period your home is vital, especially if you are hosting and therefore in this week’s blog we are going to look at 3 ways you can improve your home for the summer. When looking to make the most to the summer months you look a...

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What Roofing Options Do You Have For Your Conservatory

What Roofing Options Do You Have For Your Conservatory

If you currently have a conservatory or are looking to get one in the future there are a few things that some people don’t know when it comes to the options you have. Traditionally conservatories, including the roof are mainly made of glass in order to make the most of the natural light that can pass through them. However, in the modern day this is not always the most practical approach and therefore over the years conservatories have developed and improved in order to give you a number of op...

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The Best Ways to Make the Most of a Conservatory

The Best Ways to Make the Most of a Conservatory

Conservatories have been around for a long long time and they are always an extension that is in demand. Perfect for the summer months, they create a light embracing haven that connects your home to your garden perfectly. Traditionally used as a room for growing and storing plants, conservatories have evolved into something completely new in the modern day that can be used for many purposes. In this week’s blog, we are going to look at some of the best ways you can utilise the added space you...

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2022 Door Trends

2022 Door Trends

With a third of 2022 already gone the year is flying by. Many of us would have set targets and goals for the year on New Year’s Eve and at the speed it is passing it can sometimes be hard to keep up. Many of us would like to improve our homes throughout the year and with this in mind we are going to look at some trends that have been forming nicely since the start of the year. This week we are going to look at doors and in particular what kind of doors, finishes and styles are being utilised...

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3 Great Ways to Add Value to Your Home

3 Great Ways to Add Value to Your Home

When looking to improve your home you look at short term benefits and long-term benefits. Most short-term benefits include an energy efficiency increase, heightened security and improving the look of your home. In the long term, there is one benefit that everyone loves to hear about and that is the increase in value that your home improvement project will bring to your property. Everyone loves a return on investment and therefore in this week’s blog we are going to look at 3 products that wil...

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What Can An Orangery Be Used For?

What Can An Orangery Be Used For?

Orangeries are one of the most popular extensions available on the market today. The ability to be used all year round whilst adding space and value to your home are some of the many benefits that an orangery can bring to your home. They can be used for an array of purposes and in this week’s blog we are going look at what exactly you can use an orangery for. What is an Orangery? An Orangery is extremely similar to a greenhouse, these extensions were originally used for growing citrus plants...

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All You Need to Know about Choosing a New Door

All You Need to Know about Choosing a New Door

When choosing a new door there are lot of things to consider from style and design to material and security features. It can be hard to find the right fit for your home and therefore in this week’s blog we are going to take a look over the popular features, styles and designs of doors in order for you to make an informed decision when it comes to your property. Style When it comes to the style of door for your home there is many designs and materials to choose from. The main materials used a...

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Aluminium vs UPVC Windows - Which Material is Best?

Aluminium vs UPVC Windows - Which Material is Best?

When looking to buy some new windows you are presented with an array of options from style and colour to the material used to build the product. This can all be very overwhelming and with so much information available today it is hard to know where to start. Well, in today’s blog we are going to look at Ali vs UPVC windows and put simply what benefits each material will bring to your home so you can make an informed decision on what is best for you and your property when choosing new windows....

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3 Signs That Your Windows and Doors Could be Increasing Your Energy Bills

3 Signs That Your Windows and Doors Could be Increasing Your Energy Bills

Prices are increasing all around us at the moment and it is hitting everyone hard. With prices going up everyone is looking at ways to cut costs in order to save some money for the future. One thing that has certainly increased is energy bills with many people concerned at just how much their energy consumption is costing them. With that in mind we are going to look at a few things that might be causing you to use so much energy and ways in which you can reduce this in the future. Windows and ...

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New Trickle Vents Government FAQ

New Trickle Vents Government FAQ

The new building regulations are now in place in England and became active on June the 15th. A lot of focus has been on trickle vents and the compliance issues around them and in line with these questions posed the government has released a Frequently Asked Questions segment in order to answer some of the recurring themes that people want to know about. Please see the FAQs below: "Can background ventilators be installed through a wall to meet the Part F requirements, instead of installing tri...

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Which Material is the Most Eco-Friendly?

Which Material is the Most Eco-Friendly?

Being friendly to the environment is a vital issue in today’s world. Ensuring we reduce our carbon footprint and stop wasting energy is of the upmost importance as we plan to preserve the world for future generations. With this in mind we are going to take a look at what window and door materials are the most eco-friendly for your home. Eco-friendly by definition means not being harmful to the environment and although most materials are designed to be eco-friendly there is one that does stan...

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